Judge Marshall has not decided yet, but it is clear that – with sugar refineries, corn producers and a worried public, all weighing in. Debate about HFCS role of American life is not end in her courtroom.
– After the CRA of the 1997 report, was taken out of context: distinguish During the manufacturing process for sugar and HFCS, the two are equivalent as they far as degraded by the body September urged the CRA U.S. District Judge Consuelo Marshall that. Dismiss the action, claiming that the rebranding is part of an ongoing national conversation about HFCS and as such should be protected under the free speech provisions of the Bill of Rights.. In the context it is not surprising that the CRA has tried to rebrand HFCS began as corn sugar. A year ago, the group asked the FDA for permission to use the term. Continue reading